The library at St. Philip Neri School in Omaha will get new STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) materials and update its non-fiction section thanks to a student read-a-thon.
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Through collections, trivia nights, dress down days, bake sales, cake walks and other fundraisers, 11 Catholic high schools in the archdiocese raised $5,478 for Project Rachel, a Catholic-based ministry that helps men and women recover from the spiritual and emotional impacts of abortion.
Twenty students from St. Joseph Parish in Lyons and Holy Cross Parish in Bancroft preparing for confirmation attended a March 18 retreat in Lyons led by the National Evangelization Team (NET).
A new field agent for the insurance arm of men’s fraternal organization the Knights of Columbus will serve five parishes in Omaha.
Mercy High School honors art students, from left, seniors Annie Fecci, Maddi Swanson, Ava Blessie and Rachel Dethlefs help classmate Jenny Pugh, back to camera, work on a 6-foot, 100-pound fiberglass heart created for a public arts project in Lincoln celebrating Nebraska’s 150th anniversary.
Archbishop George J. Lucas in St. Patrick Church in Fremont April 25 with Jesuit Fathers Thomas Shanahan, left, and William Gerut, celebrating 50 years in the priesthood, and Father Douglas Scheinost, celebrating his silver jubilee.
PREMO-Sister Mary Elizabeth “Liz,” OP, 94. Funeral Mass May 3 at the Dominican motherhouse, Sinsinaws, Wis. Burial in the Motherhouse Cemetery. Preceded in death by parents, John and Elizabeth (Gagan) Premo. infant brother; sister, Frances Premo. Survived by sister, Catherine Premo; Dominican Sisters.
ZYLA-Beverly Yvonne (Trompke), 86. Funeral Mass May 1 at Holy Ghost Church. Preceded in death by parents, Edward and Thelma Trompke; brothers, Ronald and Gene; son, Charles.
DUFFY-Jean L., 91. Funeral Mass May 1 at Ss. Peter and Paul Church. Interment Forest Lawn Memorial Park. Survived by nephew, Chris Bailey; niece, Cheryl Bailey; cousins.
BUELTEL-Anthony L. “Tony,” 90. Funeral Mass May 1 at St. James Church. Interment Forest Lawn Cemetery. Preceded in death by wife, Norma Bueltel; parents; daughters-in-law, Cyndi Bueltel and Donna Bueltel; brother; five sisters.